The light drizzle falling from overcast skies were like heavenly tears as thousands lined 65th Street yesterday in Brooklyn to pay their respects to Officer Wenjian Liu, gunned down fifteen days ago as he sat in his patrol car with his partner, Officer Rafael Ramos.
Daily Archives: January 5, 2015
Brooklyn Jewish Day School is looking for Male and Female Judaics Teachers for the 2021-22 school year.
Join a warm, united, collaborative and growth oriented teaching team and make a difference, while still living in or close to Crown Heights.
Salaries starting from $25-50,000 for part-time or full-time positions, commensurate with experience and training. Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
New York City’s Health Department has released its annual breakdown of popular baby names. Besides the general top 10, there are also lists for different ethnicities: Among white babies, Esther was the third most popular girls’ name, trailed by Sarah, Leah, Rachel, Chaya, Miriam, and Chana, all in the top 10.
Rabbi Dovid Edelman’s wife, Rebbetzin Leah Edelman; his children: Mrs. Seema Goldstein – Crown Heights; Mrs. Cyrel Deitsch – Crown Heights; Mrs. Sterna Tenenbaum – Crown Heights; Rabbi Yisroel Edelman – Deerfield Beach, FL; Rabbi Yossi Edelman – Crown Heights; […]
On Tuesday, the 15th of Teves (January 6), there will be a rally at the Ohel for all children ages 5 to 12 featuring arts & crafts, gifts, refreshments and an amazing program. Buses will leave 770 at 5:00pm and return at 7:30pm. Transportation will cost $3.
With great sadness and deep pain we inform you of the tragic and untimely passing of Hatomim Levi Moscowitz OBM, of Chicago, IL and more recently of Los Angeles, CA. He was 24 years old.
New construction plans have been filed for a massive, seven-story, 209-unit residential tower on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights. The lot, which now holds a single-story linen-cleaning operation and warehouses, will be demolished to make way for the 168,000 square foot development.
More than ten thousand Jewish children from throughout Europe attended a very special Chanukah program produced by the Morasha program, which is run in Brussels and provides programs for the children of shluchim throughout Europe.